McCloud woman and dog found 1.5 miles from where they were last seen

Staff Writer
Mount Shasta Herald
Theresa Glenn's dog Harley on Wednesday, April 16, 2015, after a search that began five days earlier found them both alive in McCloud.

At approximately 10:30 a.m. this morning the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Department Search and Rescue Team located Theresa Glenn and her dog, Harley.

Glenn, according to the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office, was alert and conscious. She was located about 1.5 miles from where she was last seen in McCloud Saturday, April 11, walking her dog.

The area she was found in was heavily overgrown and full of branches, sticks and brush.

Glenn was airlifted out of the area by the California Highway Patrol to Mercy Medical Center Mt. Shasta, from there she was flown to Mercy Medical in Redding for further treatment and medical evaluation.

More than 200 people participated in the search, according to the Sheriff’s Office.

The SCSDSAR team had been searching for Glenn since she disappeared Saturday. The Siskiyou County SAR team was assisted by trained Search and Rescue volunteers from Josephine County, Jackson County, Klamath County, Curry County, Lassen County, Tehama County, Butte County, Plumas County, Shasta County, along with members of the US Forest Service assigned to the Shasta-Trinity Forest.

The SCSO is also being assisted by the California Highway Patrol Officers, CHP helicopter and CARDA search dogs.

The Siskiyou County Search and Rescue team expressed appreciation to McCloud Timber Inn, Mt. Shasta Subway, Coyote Coffee, McCloud Community Service District, Floyds Frosty, McCloud Bed and Breakfast Inn, and the McCloud Baptist Church for their support of the search teams. SCSO thanked the entire community of McCloud for its support and assistance during the search.